Eiffel Tower, Paris France

Wynn Goes to Paris

Shoots Film

  As a child my son’s passions were art, architecture and soccer, photography was his Dad’s domain. It wasn’t until I taught a pinhole workshop at his school that he made his first photograph. Later, I gave him a 35mm point …

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Bantam Market: Branding a Fictitious Agricultural Company

Brandig Bantam: a fictitious agricultural company

When my son, a junior at RISD, asked if I’d come up to photograph his final projects, I didn’t have to think about it long. It would be nice to spend time with him and I welcomed the opportunity to …

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Thanksgiving day parade in Philadelphia

Thanksgiving Day Parade

Despite having lived in Philadelphia for over thirty years, this was the first year I was in town for the Thanksgiving Day Parade. I decided to go because I’ve been getting back into street photography and I knew there would …

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Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2017

Backyard Pinhole Photography: Diptych   –> Sunday, April 30, was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. Anyone who takes a pinhole photograph on WPPD can upload one image to their gallery which now hosts over a thousand images from 53 different countries. …

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Philadelphia Beekeeper’s Symposium : Photographers and Pro Bono Work

   Dr. Deb Delaney, University of Delaware, Presenting “Take Time to Smell the Roses.” ©2017 Addison Geary  Pro Bono, Latin, meaning “for good.” When it comes to shooting for free, you need to do what feels right for you. If …

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The Steel Yard: Industrial Arts Center, Providence Rhode Island

–>          Summer was coming to an end and once again it was time to make the pilgrimage to Providence, Rhode Island to move our son back into the RISD dorms. Just like last year we rented a …

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Purdue Queen Bee: Ankle Biters

A Purdue queen bee and her attendants in queen cage               ©2016Addison Geary –> The plight of the honeybee has received quite a bit attention in the media lately and for good reason. Honeybees are directly responsible for, or help in …

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Farewell Marblecar: Art Car Finds a New Home

Volvo 544 exiting the same hedgerow it entered 19 years ago. –> Last week we said goodbye to our old friend the Marble Car. After sitting in our neighbor’s backyard for nearly two decades, the 1964 Volvo 544 Sport was …

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Fowl Play at Manayunk Farm: Backyard Chickens

Ethel the Easter Egger, Ameraucana “Winter’s coming.” The days are short and though temperatures have been higher than normal, it’s still chilly outside. Assignments have slowed to a trickle and the beekeeper project is on hold till spring. With the …

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Wall of Rememberance: Berlin Wall Memorial

Close-up from Berlin Wall Memorial Framed in a rusty, steel shadowbox are the black and white portraits of people who lost their lives attempting to cross the wall from East to West Germany. Their names, birth and death dates are …

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